In memory of
Donald Reed Case
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In memory of
Donald Reed Case
CASE, Donald Reed Donald Reed Case passed away on January 6, 2020 after he lost his fight with cancer. Donald who also went by the name "Don" was born in Dallas, Texas on December 3, 1940 to Vivian and Pete Case. He graduated from Adamson high school and earned his bachelors' and master's degree from the University of Texas. Don accepted a teaching position at the University of Texas until he accepted a professorship to the University of North Carolina. He moved back to Dallas to join his father's company, Texas Oklahoma Express, and retired at the sale of the company. Don was an enthusiast and supporter of the Dallas Opera and Symphony as well as the Fort Worth Symphony. He loved all the arts. He was also passionate about his faith and was a member of Christ The King Catholic Church on Preston Road and became a part of the Bishop's Guild in recognition of outstanding and sacrificial contributions to the programs of the Catholic Church in the Diocese of Dallas. He is survived by his sister Carolyn Johnson married to Mark Johnson from San Antonio, Texas and two nephews Mark Jr. and Parker Johnson and their families. Don was greatly loved by his family who enjoyed his quick wit and generous heart. The family would like to express their appreciation to his caregivers at Incarnate Word Village in San Antonio, Texas. The funeral will be held at the gravesite at Sparkman Hillcrest Funeral Home on Northwest Highway in Dallas, Texas.
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Dallas, TX 75225
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In memory of
Donald Reed Case
CASE, Donald Reed Donald Reed Case passed away on January 6, 2020 after he lost his fight with cancer. Donald who also went by the name "Don" was born in Dallas, Texas on December 3, 1940 to Vivian and Pete Case. He graduated from Adamson high school and earned his bachelors' and master's degree from the University of Texas. Don accepted a teaching position at the University of Texas until he accepted a professorship to the University of North Carolina. He moved back to Dallas to join his father's company, Texas Oklahoma Express, and retired at the sale of the company. Don was an enthusiast and supporter of the Dallas Opera and Symphony as well as the Fort Worth Symphony. He loved all the arts. He was also passionate about his faith and was a member of Christ The King Catholic Church on Preston Road and became a part of the Bishop's Guild in recognition of outstanding and sacrificial contributions to the programs of the Catholic Church in the Diocese of Dallas. He is survived by his sister Carolyn Johnson married to Mark Johnson from San Antonio, Texas and two nephews Mark Jr. and Parker Johnson and their families. Don was greatly loved by his family who enjoyed his quick wit and generous heart. The family would like to express their appreciation to his caregivers at Incarnate Word Village in San Antonio, Texas. The funeral will be held at the gravesite at Sparkman Hillcrest Funeral Home on Northwest Highway in Dallas, Texas.
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Sparkman/Hillcrest Funeral Home & Memorial Park
7405 West Northwest Highway
Dallas, TX 75225
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